Various instruments and products used to measure and control a long list of vessel fuel oil applications. The measurements range from sulfur in oil, density, compatibility, flash point, cat fines and viscocity.
A fully portable XRF device that gives you a laboratory grade sulfur level. The device only needs 10 ml fuel and 3 minutes to give you a four decimal result. No reagents or accurate sample sizes required, and with the push of a button it will give you the result. Range: >60 ppm.
A fast and reliable device to accurately measure the density of fuel. The Kittiwake Density Meter is suitable for both destillate and residual fuel oils. Range: 800...1010 kg/m3 @ 15°C.
The Compatibility Tester is a good way to measure the compatibility of marine fuels, incl. destillates and residual fuel oils within minutes. This helps protect your assets from harm.
A uniquely designed flash point tester for the determination of flash points of fuel, its an automated closed cup instrument using a small sample size and 1 or 2 minute standard test time. Range: 0...300°C
Heasted Viscometer. Testing fuel and oil viscosity is very necassary to identify the grade of fuel delivered. The heated viscometer can be used to test lube oil and residual fuels in all applications including diesel engines, gas and aeroplane turbines, gear boxes, hydraulics and marine fuels.
The Parker Kittiwake Cat Fines Test Kit detects catalytic fines to prevent irreparable damage to fuel pumps, injectors and liners. The test is simple to perform, cost effective and can easily be completed within a few minutes.
The fuel drip sampler makes taking a representative sample very easy and economic. Fuel drip samplers can be found on thousands of ships worldwide. It helps you comply with the legal requirements of bunker fuel sampling. Easy and quick to install.
All that you need for bunker sampling in one cabinet (bottles, tamper evident seals and cubitainers, pourers etc.)
Appropriate sample bottles are very important for obtaining representative oil samples. All that is needed for bunker fuel systems and consumables are available. Sample bottles include sealing and labels.
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Fuel Oil Measurement
The Sulphur Cap regulations on marine fuels has caused for new concerns in addition to the more traditional, when it comes to fuel quality. Apart from unwanted water in fuel and the classic parameters such as density and viscosity, it is also important to monitor and control an array of other aspects, such ad Sulphur content, fuel compatibility and Cat fines. The financial implication of bad quality fuels can be significant, and the time needed to rectify inconvenient. Clogged filters, blocked fuel lines, de-bunkering operations and potentially fines for fuel regulation incompliance are just some of the things you need to steer clear of.Back to product overview